Fallen Brewing

About the product:



American Blonde, 4.1%

Every great journey starts with a small step. Odyssey was the first beer created by Fallen Brewing and is still our flagship recipe. Brewed with light lager malts, Saaz, Citra and Mosaic hops this is a beer brewed to satisfy ale and lager lovers alike. Crisp and refreshing with tropical and stone fruit aromas and flavours.

Malt: Lager, Vienna, Carapils
Hops: Saaz, Citra, Mosaic
Yeast: US-05
Adjuncts: None
IBU: 27
OG: 1.036
Allergens: Malted Barley (Gluten)
Size: 440ml

Stirliner Weisse


Peach & Passionfruit Sour, 4.5%

Tart and fruity, this is our interpretation of a Berliner Weisse. Kettle-soured using a lactobacillus culture which lends flavours of citrus and ripe fruit. It is then conditioned on peach and passionfruit for a fruit sherbet explosion and lasting refreshment

Malt: Lager, Wheat
Hops: Huell Melon
Yeast: US-05; Lactobacillus (Wildbrew Sour Pitch)
Adjuncts: Peach concentrate, Passionfruit concentrate
IBU: 15
OG: 1031
Allergens: Malted Barley (Gluten), Wheat (Gluten)
Size: 440ml

Chew Chew


Salted Caramel Milk Stout, 6.0%

Primarily a sweet, briney, chewy beer brewed with dark Belgian candi syrup, lactose and sea salt for a moreish dessert beer that is one of our most loved recipes. Above all, the complex dark malt bill and the smooth honey notes of East Kent Goldings hops results in a decadent and satisfying beer that is also perfectly balanced and drinkable. The recipe was originally conceived to be paired with Jura whisky as part of their tastival project. As such, this rich and unctuous dark beer is the perfect accompaniment to a lightly-peated whisky, for a complex hawf & hawf.

Malt: Maris Otter, Crystal, Flaked Oats, Carafa Special 3
Hops: East Kent Goldings
Yeast: Nottingham
Adjuncts: Lactose, Dark Belgian Candi Syrup, Sea Salt
IBU: 25
OG: 1060
Allergens: Malted Barley (Gluten), Lactose (Milk)
Size: 440ml

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Review Date

Tue Dec 1 21:54 2020

Our Verdict

The beers all revolve around railway theme type names, this had me confused so I dove into the history of this brewery and found it related to the location and building the brewery was built upon. They have some great posts and passion for their business, history and product.

The beers themselves are superb, flavoursome and well crafted. They are all well-presented and make for a real treat and even a quality gift for a beer loving pal or family member. A great range of flavours to suit most peoples taste and from the off you can tell this is a quality, well-made independent beer from a family run business.

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